What to do with Your Registered Trade Mark There’s a popular myth about trade marks – that once registered, always registered. Many business owners are diligent about their trade mark or their brand when they are trying to get it registered but many tend to take a back seat once their trade mark receives the coveted “registered” status. As […]
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Why Should You Register Your Trade Mark? As we’ve been discussing in our previous posts, your business trade mark, commonly referred to as your brand, is one your most valuable marketing tools. Your trade mark is your business’ identity which distinguishes the goods or services you provide from your competitors. If you’re reading this, then, […]
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As you guys know, I’ve been watching a bit of Shark Tank recently. I recently wrote about it on this blog. Shark Tank is a reality television show about entrepreneurs, who are given the chance to pitch their business ideas to a group of investors (“Sharks”), in the hope that a Shark would bite on […]
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